story by: Caroline Bowers and Jamie Cummings As the LGBT community has argued for greater representation among various sources of American media, gradually, some media sources have delivered. Increasingly progressive advertisements, television shows [...]
If you love French toast and love breakfast like me, then you should venture to Mayfel’s, Another Broken Egg and Sunny Point Cafe for their phenomenal French toast options. First, I set way for Mayfel’s located in downtown Asheville. It’s in a lovely [...]
Students and teachers are finding that shopping online can be a quicker and easier alternative to shopping in-store. “It’s kind of like sending a present to yourself in the future,” Spanish teacher Jamie Shell said. Online shopping has [...]
The strings class has been transferred to the trailers this year as a result of the creation of the dance classes into a two-semester class, moving strings out of their traditional classroom space in the dance room. Junior Julia Hubbard, who plays the [...]
Theatre students, ready to showcase their work, will be putting on the production “Harvey” for this year’s fall play. “Harvey,” an unusual comedy written in 1944 by American playwright Mary Chase, is a different style of play than what has been performed [...]
The season of school musicals has come back around as teens throughout the county are performing. Here, the cast and crew finished production of the “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” presented April 21 through April 23. This year’s musical was [...]
Even though style and clothing trends have progressed through the years, various trends from past decades are making a comeback for 2016. Students walking through the halls on any given day would find trends from the 90s, 80s, 70s, and even the 60s, [...]
Local author Robert Beatty’s novel, “Serafina and the Black Cloak,” hit book shelves last July, but rumors of a full length movie that would be filmed at the Biltmore Estate have surfaced in the past few months. “Serafina and the Black Cloak” takes place [...]
The TCR fall play, Waiting for Lefty, will be held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $5, and will be available at the door. Check out the photo gallery below from the dress rehearsal, or click here to see the gallery on Flickr.
In case you didn’t know, Wednesday, October 21, 2015 was “Back to the Future” Day! That’s right, the day Marty McFly travels to in the second installment of the classic 80’s hit. Granted, when he arrives, he’s supposed [...]
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) claims that over $12.2 billion is lost annually in revenue because of acts of illegally downloading music. While the digital music industry generates yearly revenues exceeding $4.4 billion, illegal [...]
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Among all of the traditions of fall like apple picking, pulling out warm fuzzy sweaters, and carving pumpkins, grabbing a steaming hot pumpkin spice latte is definitely at the top of the list or even having it iced is pretty amazing, too. Though the latte [...]